India, Russia to expand military technical cooperation

Moscow: India and Russia are working on a programme of military technical cooperation by 2030, the Russian government has said in a statement.

“Work is underway to agree on a programme of Russian-Indian military-technical cooperation till 2030,” the statement said after a meeting between Russian Deputy Prime Minister Yuri Borisov and Indian Defence Minister Rajnath Singh in Moscow on Wednesday.

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During the meeting, Borisov noted that despite of external pressure, Russia and India are successfully implementing joint cooperation in the military-technical sphere, particularly the supply of S-400 air defence systems, Xinhua reported.

The topics of discussion included a wide range of issues related to bilateral military technical cooperation, as well as interaction in the field of science and high-tech.

(IANS)

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